Digital Initiatives

Treasures at Your Fingertips

The FIT Library has embarked on a number of exciting digital initiatives. Every day, new materials are added to our digital collections, whether it's video of fashion icons speaking on campus, or high-resolution digitizations of French fashion illustrations. Please explore some of our digital initiatives listed below.

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FIT Institutional Repository

A platform created by the Gladys Marcus Library to showcase everything that makes FIT a unique educational institution. This open access digital archive is designed to collect, preserve, and provide access to the intellectual and creative output of the FIT community.

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Archive on Demand

An online video platform of lectures, events, and instruction curated by the FIT Library.

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SPARC Digital

A platform created by the FIT Library's Special Collections and College Archives to showcase the rare and unique materials from our collections that have been digitized, including original fashion sketches, photographs, illustrations, and historic fashion plates.

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FIT Authors

An initiative of the FIT Library to showcase the scholarship and creativity of the FIT community, as well as to promote our collections.

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Archaic Bannerstone Project

Led by Professor Anna Blume (History of Art Dept.), this initiative is a resource for the study of the aesthetically complex, anomalous ancient Native American lithics known as bannerstones.

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The FITting Room

An augmented reality (AR) experience that allows users to “try on” rare and unique materials from the FIT Library’s Special Collections and College Archives (SPARC). With a variety of hats, scarves, and earrings featured in original fashion sketches by legendary artists, this AR experience brings historic source material to life.

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FIT 75th Anniversary Timeline

A timeline highlighting key moments in FIT's illustrious history

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Digital Initiatives Librarian

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(212) 217-4359